Our fruit trees will remain healthy and provide beautiful, nutritious fruit without the use of chemicals. This blog discussing ways to work with nature to both decrease diseases and to boost the fruit trees' immune systems.
Learn how we worked on our homestead brush removal to relieve a lilac bush of volunteers that threaten to sap the soil of nutrients.
How we recycle feed bags on the farm.
Grow a pole bean hut to enchant visitors to your farm or garden.
Getting new fruit trees off to a good start is important for bountiful fruit and the trees' long-term survival. Here is how to dig the best hole, then plant, mulch, water, stake and prune your new fruit trees.
Honeybees are a critical part of our food system, and they are also downright miraculous insects. Even the most well known facts about honeybees are somewhat unexpected, but the more you delve into their unusual lives, the more surprised you will be.
Did you ever wonder where the fiber for the clothes you are wearing came from? Maybe it is time to think about that, just as you think about where your food and water come from. Learn about a movement to promote the use of local fiber.
Here's the gardening question people ask me more often than any other. And from my many years of gardening experience, here are some answers to steer less successful gardeners onto the right path.
With more than 150 workshops, there is no shortage of informative demonstrations and lectures to educate and entertain you over the weekend.LEARN MORE